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A spatial visualisation game that rewards thinking inside the box.

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Can you fit pieces in this 3D cube spatial visualisation game?

How do you play Cubiq?

Well, it can be played as a two-player game or a one-player puzzle.

For the one-player puzzle you start by choosing a challenge from the book.  Your task is to reproduce the image in the book in a physical model.  You’ll need to look at the colours and shapes of the parts you can see to be able to deduce what happening in the parts you can’t see.  Did you know that this sort of 3D spatial reasoning is covered in NAPLAN and the Australian Curriculum?

In the two player version of the game one player uses the white pieces and one the coloured pieces. You take it in turns putting a piece into the 4 x 4 x 4 space of the game frame. The winner is the person who successfully puts the last piece within the frame. Can you plan out your pieces and/or block your opponent? Its surprisingly fun and a nice quick game where you end up saying "just one more!".

What can you learn?

- spatial reasoning

- planning

- problem solving

- visual perception

THINKercise twists

-  See how many different strategies you can find for playing the two player game.


THINKercise tip: If you're trying to fit all of the pieces back into the game frame use the first challenge in the book as a guide to one way that they'll fit.


Age: 7+
Number of Challenges: 80
Number of Players: 1 or 2
Inside the Box: Game board, 8 colorful puzzle pieces, 8 white puzzle pieces, booklet with 80 challenges and solutions.

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